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June 2020 issue
Scotland’s Hate Crime Bill has reignited debates on freedom of expression and the need for such laws. The authors discuss the bill's strengths and weaknesses, and lessons for other parts of the UK
COVID-19 has disrupted commercial contractual relations, but dispute resolution must recognise an evolving backdrop of court closures, “breathing space” and payment holidays, as well as new processes
A proportionate and informed legislative response to the COVID-19 crisis – and the period beyond – has to be based on human rights principles, and that requires scrutiny and collaboration
COVID-19 is bringing big changes in the way summary criminal business is conducted, but are we losing something of value in the push to go remote for public health reasons?
Licensed premises have been hit hard by the COVID-19 lockdown, and will continue to face difficulties as it is lifted. The author considers what steps may be available to operators, and their advisers